Banstead

/ (ˈbænˌstɛd) /


noun
  1. a town in S England, in NE Surrey. Pop: 19 332 (2001)

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How to use Banstead in a sentence

  • This day there was great thronging to Banstead Downs, upon a great horse-race and foot-race.

  • He was a fastidious man, and did not care to soil his mind with the memory of Banstead's existence.

    Viviette | William J. Locke
  • This race is named from Lambert's Oaks, near the neighboring village of Banstead.

  • Banstead itself, like Woodmansterne, its neighbour to the east, has not much to show of village buildings.

  • One of the oldest things near Banstead stands in ground once owned by the Buckle family.